Magnesium 5,000 (Pellets)

$38.25


"I was looking for a product to try for my 12 yr old QH, a bottle-fed orphan baby, never confident/always nervous and extremely over-reactive. Having no luck with training and exposing to things to make less scary I decided to give your product a try with doubts. I am very pleased with how he has changed since being on the magnesium pellets! He is overall calmer, happier and more focused when I ride. Can’t wait to take him to next show and see how he does. Recommended to few friends with anxious horses as well. Thank u from us both!! Wishing would hav found and tried years ago"

- Patty eernisse
5/5

Magnesium 5,000™ is recommended to help support normal muscle function and support glucose metabolism.  Provides (per 2 oz): 5,000 mg magnesium.

 

Magnesium helps to maintain normal muscle and nerve function, a healthy heart, healthy immune system and strong bones.  Magnesium aids to regulate blood sugar levels, promotes normal blood pressure, and known to be involved in energy metabolism and protein synthesis.  Since a symptom of magnesium deficiency is agitations or anxiety, it is included in many calming supplements.

#BELOW RATING

Multi-Purpose!

  • Anxious/Nervous Behavior
  • Blood sugar/Glucose Metabolism
  • Muscle Function
  • Immune System Function

#LABEL/DIRECTIONS

DIRECTIONS FOR USE:

(Enclosed measure approximates 2 ounces based on density of product.)

Adult Horses (900-1,100 lbs):

Maintenance: Provide 2 oz daily.

Working/Performance: Provide 2-4 oz daily.

 

LABEL INFORMATION

 

#INGREDIENT GLOSSARY

Magnesium (Mg) is a vital macromineral, and it is becoming increasingly recommended by veterinarians for
various treatments in the horse. Because one of the clinical signs of magnesium deficiency is nervousness, it
is added to many calming supplements. Magnesium helps support a normal inflammatory response.
Magnesium may play a role in insulin resistance and equine metabolic syndrome. Within the muscle calcium
and magnesium work antagonistically — calcium causing muscle contraction and magnesium inducing
relaxation. If there is not enough magnesium, muscles tend to spasm. Although the presence of low magnesium
in the muscle tissue may stem from a genetic disorder rather than dietary quantities, there are reports of
horses that have responded to magnesium supplementation for support of chronic tying-up.

#FAQS

My horse is always nervous and someone suggested I try magnesium. Can this help him? 

MVP:  Horses who are excessively nervous, tense, edgy or unfocused may be deficient in magnesium. Magnesium plays an important role in normal nervous system, metabolic and muscle function.

 

 

I read up online that magnesium is great for horses who experience back pain and who are lacking in interest in working, will this product be helpful to eliminating back pain?

 

MVP: Magnesium helps to support normal muscle contractions, so Magnesium 5,000™ may provide support for horses that have muscle soreness. If your horse has back pain or seems to be uninterested in working, we recommend working with your veterinarian to determine if there is an underlying issue that may need to be addressed.

                                                                                                    

Reviews

5 out of 5 (15 Reviews)
5/5
Patty eernisse Jul 1st 2019

Magnesium 5000 pellets

I was looking for a product to try for my 12 yr old QH, a bottle-fed orphan baby, never confident/always nervous and extremely over-reactive. Having no luck with training and exposing to things to make less scary I decided to give your product a try with doubts. I am very pleased with how he has changed since being on the magnesium pellets! He is overall calmer, happier and more focused when I ride. Can’t wait to take him to next show and see how he does. Recommended to few friends with anxious horses as well. Thank u from us both!! Wishing would hav found and tried years ago

5/5
Rick Apr 15th 2018

Both horses responding well

We give this daily with morning feed to both of our horses. Generally feeds and hay do not contain adequate levels of magnesium. After confirming not a training issue, a friend recommended magnesium supplement to help our horses' nervous and distracted behaviors which can be symptoms of magnesium defiancy. Both horses responding well. Healthy coat, temperament and better attitude. Recommend.

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